The Public Works Department is located behind the Township Municipal Office at 1499 Spring Garden Drive. The department consists of a Superintendent, seven skilled laborers/operators including a mechanic and three Municipal Authority employees. The Department is responsible for approximately 50 miles of roadway which involves snow removal, leaf collection, patching and paving, shoulder maintenance and repair, street sweeping, sign replacement, traffic lights, line painting, storm sewers, seven recreational facilities and baseball fields.
The Public Works Department also does maintenance repair work on its own equipment and police department vehicles. The Department also operates a dumpster detail. This permits Township residents to dispose of appliances and unwanted items on the first Saturday of every month unless it is on a holiday weekend. For further information and hours, call the Township office at 939-9377.
Dumpsters for large bulky items are available to Township residents the first Saturday of each month, from 8:00 A.M. – Noon. The dumpsters are located at the Public Works shed at 820 Oberlin Road, next to the old fire station. Please note that on holiday weekends, the dumpster schedule will be moved to the second Saturday of the month.
Items not acceptable for disposal in the dumpsters include
Permits for the dumpster can be be purchased at the Township Administrative Building during normal office hours (Mondy thru Friday, 8 AM - 4 PM) or directly at the dumpster during its operating hours. Fees are $10.00 per car trunk load, and $35.00 per truck load (a pick-up truck is the largest truck permitted). In addition, tires may be disposed of for a charge of $3.00 per tire.
2017 DUMPSTER SCHEDULE
*September 9 (second Saturday due to the holiday weekend)
PUBLIC WORKS/MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY:
Lester Lanman, Superintendent of Public Works/Municipal Authority
Richard Fox III
Edward Finsterbush Jr.
Rodger Mason, Jr.